• 4-H Reports - 12/1

    Ms. Wise’s class at Turner Elementary

  • Spanish students honored at Kentucky Stars Breakfast

    Three Anderson County High School Spanish students were honored guests at the annual convention of Kentucky’s World Language Teachers in Lexington in September.

  • Students in the news - 11/10

    Saffell to host Veterans Day celebration
    Saffell Street Elementary School will host a Veterans Day celebration on Thursday, Nov. 11 at 9 a.m.
    The school is collaborating with the Anderson County High School band, which will perform during the event.
    Three teachers at the school are veterans and will speak during the celebration.
    Saffell’s all-district honors choir members will also perform.
    Veterans, their families and other community members are invited to attend.

  • Saffell students cast ballots in mock election

    Students at Saffell Street Elementary School took part in the democratic process last Thursday as they cast ballots in the National Student/Parent Mock Election.

  • Robert B. Turner Elementary School Honor Roll

    Robert B. Turner Elementary School recently announced its students named to the honor roll for the first grading period.

    Third grade

    Mrs. Hutton

    All A’s
    Tanner Cornish
    Dalton Crane
    Spencer Davis
    Dustin Hunt
    Ben Jennings
    Anthony Jones
    Cekiera Nation
    Drew Smith
    Gracie Snider
    Jessica Watson

    All A’s and B’s
    Kieran Birdwhistell
    Korbin Blankenship
    Zachary Fields

  • Saffell Street Elementary School Honor Roll

    Saffell Street Elementary School recently announced its students named to the honor roll for the first nine weeks.

    Fourth grade


    All A’s
    Nich Kiem
    Thomas Holmes


    All A’s and B’s
    Cassidy Smith
    Audrey Rice
    Chloe Phelps
    Keagan Hill


    All A’s and B’s
    Emma Zeller
    Shjon Ripy
    Matthew Lunsford

  • School board OKs emergency boiler replacement

    Members of the Anderson County Board of Education are hoping for warm daytime temperatures at least for a couple more weeks — and for good reason.
    An emergency replacement of the boiler at Anderson County High School is scheduled to be completed by Nov. 19.
    Maintenance Director Bryan Drury said his staff started to switch the two-pipe system from cooling to heating about three weeks ago. However, when initiating that switch, they found a water leak.
    “We found a crack in the end section,” Drury said.

  • Anderson Community Education offers variety of classes

    Anderson Community Education will offer classes during the next several weeks.
    For more information or to register call 839-3754, or visit the office at 219 E. Woodford St.